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Brian Coleman, M.D., has been writing on gardens and design for more than a decade. A practicing psychiatrist, he has made a second career from his interest in the decorative arts. He is the editor-at-large for Old House Interiors and contributes to other magazines, including Horticulture and Period Living in the UK, and is the author of nine books on the decorative arts. He credits his own Victorian garden as the impetus for his literary career and still continues to enjoy his admittedly high-maintenance Seattle garden.
William Wright, a commercial photographer since 1984, specializes in architectural assignments. Born and raised on Long Island in New York, he moved to Seattle in 1987, where he now lives with his wife, Pauline. Along with projects commissioned by architects and interior designers, his photography has been featured in numerous publications, including Sunset, Old House Interiors, Romantic Homes, Victorian Homes, and Seattle Homes and Lifestyles. His work can be viewed at ww.williamwrightphoto.com.
All-Seasons Hillside in Seattle
Mountaintop Garden in Mill Valley
Secret Garden in Savannah
Aesthetic Conservatory in Manhattan
Edwardian Town Garden in England
Succulent Garden in Pasadena
Classic Elegance in Charleston
Japanese Garden in San Mateo
Curb Appeal in Seattle
Victorian Grandeur in Charleston
Far Eastern Mystique in Portland